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Democratic Expounder (Newspaper) - September 19, 1851, Marshall, Michigan
Whole my Iai Houn september vol m Mam Rabia i Publ nihed every Friday la tin expo in of state and depot by Herb to at one Dollar a in variably lit Cam the ab8bnt is Din the a teat forgotten can their Ever where they loved to be remembered on Ura skirt the bound Mke morning depart forbid it for then will clue aft Ynith Ninnem of can the though their Illerree ire regret t to Lethe Springs from Tala bar which we can there in the memory of Thorn weve loved and Cebold loves Oer times vast however tempest can the absent be forgotten can the lips that we have the hands that we have pressed in be lost and not be Miram i can the heart that throb to oar hearts throb the Cheek that Eoo tit our m the wearied from seeks its Hoien can All these he As a pot print on the the Dew nor True Hawthorn we Brush off with our Handt of i there a Faith in whose Are Tike the eternal created to Bonaparte in the Empire had made him old before his satiated Tho delights of a a luxurious a voluptuous Youthful complaisant Long sleepless divided Between labor and festive the habit of con Stant Riding which made him All tended to Deaden his limbs and ener vate his an Early obesity Over loaded him with his for Merly streaked with and hallowed by tha working of wore full and like those of Otho Weler Day saw a Upton drive tip to and a important looking gentleman alight wanted a set of Dia mond a of Splete wed dig the Prico was fixed at 200 the ctr Sand several designs were a town to he a Jade Choice of could Grant put time executing the and insisting on leaving with the jeweler a Deposit of four thousand francs in billets Tiff also selected Worth a Hundred and Twenty and ordered it to be sent Home next Day and five Days after the whole set of diamonds was to be on the following a coh Fiden Tal messenger from the jewellers re paired to the hotel to the Rue de la and inquired for Prince shown into an apartment on the first five or six lackeys were in the the Prince took the paid for and gave a present of ten francs to who joyfully returned Home and Conga rotated his master on having so wealthy and Liberal a the jeweler with the utmost punctual carried Home the diamonds on the Day the Prince was in his kitting before his cylindrical which the jeweler handed the casket to and his highness minutely inspected the jewels suddenly one of tin valets entered the room and announced Prince a my exclaimed his i do not wish him to see the present which i destined for his request him to stay in the drawing roam and 1 will Spinolo him he touched the Tho Cylinder and the soc Rotairo closed the diamonds within it but on tile table there Lay an to set pc value Ort he Ore than fifty thou consider it c Sitka thousand exclaimed y i thought it but this far of resumed the will not retract what t have Kim Worth Arm Biri Tyfian the Suni 1 have i will make this proposition to y6u you shall take rings you have and you Ahall put Trie Box under an Enve stating it to be my property and if it does not bring More than fifty Sand you shall have my for was completely1 minded by thie deep Laid he was a Good connoisseur of objects of and he was not a Little gratified to find his Box so much and to be enabled to obtain the rings without opening his the most exaggerated valuation of the snuff Box would scarcely have exr needed seven weight thousand he sent for two of his one of whom was a and the matter was arranged conformably with the jewellers propose this being the invalid said the Price of the Norf coolly replied the you Are i assure you 1 am quite i would wittingly Lay a Wager that you will value the Box at five Hundred thousand t directed at the two witnesses a look which seemed to say the Man is but the jeweler added will value it at that i am certain you but first of All i to acquaint you with a circumstance connected with this which will enable you to perceive its real t full of Curi suy and our Village hag been in a stale of ferment for a raw Days in congruence of a re cent of the prominent rather not unknown in this to have not room for a detailed history of the give prominent As they were related to tas by an Eye and car wit okie chief m the oho claw nation of in ii a distinguished perform Rupf on he fluto and Hirt been giving i isrial into Rosec ton of country for some time he it thoroughly ii the Muter of seventeen different and plays Over one Hundred different Hinds of excess of bile mingling with the gave t yellow tint to Tho which at a distance looked like varnish of Pale Gold on his serve a their grecian his lips still pre outline and steady easy a smile to a men his solid Bony Chin formed an appropriate base Tor his his Noso was hut a thin and the of his checks gave greater brilliancy to the Blue of his his look was unsteady As n wavering Emblem of unquiet his forehead seemed to have wid from the scant Ness of jigs thin Black which was falling from the moisture of continual it might be said Tan his naturally had increased in size to give ample scoped Between is temples for the machinery and combi nations of a every Tho of which was on the map of the world seemed to have been encrusted on the orb of that reflective Bui it was beginning to yield end a inclined it often on his breast while crossing his arms like Frederic ii an attitude and gesture which he appeared to unable any longer to be Ito Chrls courtier Sandher soldiers by the Charm of it was evident he wished to fascinate them by the pensive and disdained character of Liis Model in Kiis latter he moulded As it in the stature of re before his troops who gave him the nickname of father he assumed of some thing rude and Savage in his move revealed his Southern and insular the Man of the Mediterranean broke put constantly through the French his Aal Uret too great and too pow Erful for the part he had to overflowed on All lie bore no Resener Blance to any of the men around and altogether he was an offspring of the of the and the of his in his own and a stranger in his own such was at this period the the and the external physiognomy of a Noi Long while passing near a Sand to saw a Lille boy shovelling All his and upon a nearer if oath discovered two legs projecting tip the body almost out of we were alarmed at such a spectacle and lost to Lime in dragging the Little fellow from perilous nearly he could not have retrained much without alter the in had partially abated heard from Iho boys the pitiful reason for the it appears there had been three had spent most of their time that one had to another part of the leaving these to pass their time they considered in or Ter to remedy this they formed a or creasing their it appeared to one was to be the from two boys would and restore former number the one planted a volunteered to be the victim of trans his part was to dig the Hole and the other to cover him 4 first they were indignant at our but after a familiar Dia Serta cause and the boys became to and promised they never again under Taw this kind of Tho the Kalhe roman medals of the an open Box filled with leather bags and no consented to hear the jewellers Comuni of coition in the two Tang that Box with adjourned to Drawie and and left the latter said it is now about ago since that snuff Box was stolen from and a Short time after you robbed me of fifty thousand Worth of under the assumed name of Prince Gar i have now discovered my evidence relative to the robbery is on rec you have declared the snuff Box to be and i can prove having Pur la a Bear v you serous Rouleaux of Louis were huddled in the jeweler bad observed All this treasure on his first Arri Val but his attention was particularly attracted by a Largo Russia leather Well lined with big Loti de the edges of which were his highness left the saying he would return very Tho jeweler bogged to would not hurry about Twenty minutes and a sort of vague apprehension assailed the jew at length the door of hero is his thought it was Tho master of Tho step Ping up to the said Are you waiting for any sir 1 i am waiting for the return of Prince to whom i have just sold a set of diamonds for two Hundred thousand Are you his Secretary i am his and so 1 presume you Are what do you mean ills dupe i in the jewels Are shut up in his Sec look at All this a seized one of the leather and opening it to his it was tilled with nails the Rouleaux contained and the portfolio scraps of waste the jeweler consoled the diamonds were still a Locksmith was sent for the Sec retire was and horror it was Side against a Wall in which a Hole had been and there being a correspond ing Holbein the Back of the the jewels had with perfect ease been conveyed into on adjoining the despair of the unfortunate jeweler May be easily the master of tile who had let his apartments to the pretended Princer had been extensively the servants All belonged to the Wilh the exception of the Valet de who was the com Panion and Confederate of the it was ascertained that they had de camped in a coach from the door of the every exertion was made to but several years elapsed before they were the jewel who was nearly ruined by this removed to another Quarter of Paris established himself under a new Nai one Day a messenger called him from a gentleman holding an official who was very ill and wish prove having i Cret which will put Rte the truth of my Osser Tion beyond a Tell me whether you Are inclined to defend your self in the criminal suit which i intend forthwith to Institute against you every word uttered by the jeweler fell like a Thunderbolt on the of overwhelmed with the consciousness of his Guil tajiks imagination pictured All the and the he and the jeweler said i give you five minutes to form your at the expiration of that in a faltering directed the jeweler to open a in which he would find if tues de Banque for three Hundred thou Sand and he signed Bond tur two Hundred thousand payable at his Bankers that same this being the jeweler called in the said have at length convinced t the real value of Eder since his fatal adventure with Prince Gar to Purchase some the jewel very became suspicious Garin and instead offending his shop he took the rings he was into a bed was partially owing to the Situa Tion of the the rooms were All in Shade except in that where the bed what was the Surprise of the when he discovered in the inva lid the swindler who had some years previously defrauded i in in the assumed character of the russian Prince Gargarin 1 for a few moments he was struck dumb with be recovered and deeming it Pru the you see the Price at which he has purchased it Back Frum 1havo Given five Hundred thousand said Hare is your Box said the jeweler re storing i will you have the rings in the the who was no less amazed than Tho Oiler witness said there is some mystery in All probably there Tmay explain it if he pleases for my 1 prom ise him eternal with these words he took his Depar leaving the witnesses bewildered in a Maze of though immensely be was said to possess upwards of three never Lecover de from the mortification attendant on this unexpected a wife in what is the Pray Tell my cause of those tears such a disgrace what disgrace i have opened one of your let a few since a lady of respectable connections residing at on Board the at this with the intention of visiting i to or three Miles up the on entering the she met Tubbee whom she had heard of but never before fond of and having heard of the conc Iowa remarkable performances on the ventured to risk him tote Indian and the Wano formed Wilh nig Shu conversed Wilh him and was Mure delighted Wilh the music of Worda than Wilh the Silver notes of his famous the boat arrived it the Point where she wan o meet her but she concluded not lid before to Weir meeting Hud been pronged a single their Muir us esteem had ripened with such amazing rapidity that the now fully Given fiver to the declared in the most Ansem Amto inn Gunge hot Aho loved the chid with in unconquerable and Guve proof of her in n flood of the imm in fell Upan his and assured the trembling girl that her Iovu was reciprocated he told her that seven Nijor hat very Day he Hud n in which he Huw n a Dutiful win presented to him is a since then do Hul Beon wandering up und Dawn Iho in search of it to no purpose until i his provi Donnial meeting had him o face with Iho Idun tical who d to had teen in his dream at Middleport the parties exchanged und Iho enamoured woman loll the boat a make fun Imbala prep to Fol Low Trawny Lovstr to Niaj Ira palls on the following at the Thoy Nunin the Miniri Mdini in was fully completed und in the of the thundering a Ler Lull Send with a fervent it Wai agreed ill the should Mke place on thu Banks under the Blue vault of arid in the presence of the great friends wore a Clergyman a erred and i the Appi Mied ume the matrimonial group were Slind mfg on the Brinkop the Greul on u Gri iary prominence near the american fall it timing the arrival of the Man of Odd to Sofii Ceniu in uniting the i any chief with his Lair betrothed in the holy bunds of after much delay m Ida club in Iho Robes of his Anceil timidly he approx the gazed wildly Ai Iho a Lia oly glance no Fuir woman Wilh Ihn Fri peeped cautiously Over Hie irem grew nil finally backs a out under lha he dared nut marry tried to Perau Adu Tho to their it few Days until they had consulted Hui to no a Clergyman of Heller Pluck was who proceeded furl with in Hayif Naii Tho Parisea were married the Priis received fir his services Twenty d in front the Guilld of 11 to fair to shoe to our Village the Day succeeding Ilmet of her und re lined Here until when Atli with her for or tub in leave with him for Europe in a few a and u time Dardr i thought time 1 him and full of r arid m was Bald except in he wat Strong is i i m Grispi the Oak i it Tower it the sculptured Monument that Mark the of fallen a cow thcli1 pompous Strain time Ifong i and Hud thought too Strong for death to i remember now Bla step Rrex and though he moved at rapid or trod Orf Adhia never head and there Fra something ghostly in the thought the Kiln the silence of Midnight hour in trod my and 1 heard him not acid i have held ifs Ned Ito catch one at but nought the slumbering there land the thought struck me that one whose step so much like a spirits tied whose aeta were All so like the world would soon be fit for other worlds than fit Converse with immortal unfettered by the unchained to eur tit t8b Sot of the 7 t Jonh the Rosy Urchin that on the u a right merry Moria Icli in All but estate nut treasure what title is free f thus Heller without thus Happy is for the Fanf Ami turn git c which n choir of y ung creatures respond to in i the Birds Are All each heart ii j on Selling Captain Dutton had he in Oraby paid Farthing he ortved in the world before entrusting the remainder of his capita to the unprincipled Smith and now the upright conduct was its own he wrote a Arr while Quarter us on our Host for an definite i propose a much More speedy and satisfactory expedient let us All be suggestion was received with laughter and Mclain Tiong and the Young As the first vie seeking some permanent Vaa searched by the for rail Al a trifle Tel Ltd str the Roty Urchin that s tugs on the Gate natures Twu padres upon him to his joyous cherubim with Potles or Dalinet and to a nests it Foje Itelson fore Liend or but heart All Roladn easels mind u it of i what Are the of to the Che cd Urchin that on Gate t the Roay Cheeky Urchin that swings on the Waves proudly and High his Satchel and Linte Theska l All Fields Are All Green or Terhes Are lambs Are at play i and where the Boom that Pines not to thus bathed in tha hippy As he i for the Lienne purest we find them to and sigh tubs swinging again on the in too u now travelling Wuh and we Niider Dluna will be Skalt Tubbie the Medina citizen says that the in Dian Okah has Choctaw wife Iri this and is the ii thereof iwo lie claims tar t a previous marriage was consummated according to the Laws of u Savage to exist no longer than the parties should choose to have that the last marriage is according to the Laws of and annuls the a very Nice truly a Daniel giving judgment to suit his own it turns out that the last Okah Tubbee is not so Young As she has is approaching the mature age of and is not the goddess that some have she has Peru one year in the insane Asylum at and has been heretofore a Mon maniac upon the subject of Wurr didst be take tie porn mama Dubaich of a speculation m in la a Oue of heir citizens went to he Orchard of a Large supposing it addressed to i which probably combined one thou it looked More Lika than that All what harm can there be in a wife opening her husbands no harm in but the contents such a disgrace has any one dared to write me a letter unfit to be read by my it is couched a the most Chaste but the contents i 4 Deal not to betray Tho he Here his wife buried her Ace in her displayed his rings several were and sobbing elected Price amounted to about j l j six thousand it is a Lar ruined Man re Aura of Money for a poor said have when the husband eagerly caught up the and commenced Reading epistle tha khad been the Means of nearly breaking it was a Bill for Bis and opening took out an Octagon shaped Cana set in Gold and it was perfectly on beholding the we one Guion bad been Alolu Rora him few Dayi before tha Robb try of Dia Box Yraac too remarkable to admit of the Poast bitty of bad a secret by meant of which tha Oua natures Puld to taken Oft of their were painted a Pawlar not ready Cash sufficient to Settle the from the Printer for nine Yean tubs rip whole and i shall feel obliged if t you will take in payment this old which is of great hot i j Uxa to the the Washington Republic work programming there Are up wards of two Hundred and fifty Peconi Loyad Depari Meau of five the cast basement Wall of Hie a ouch if already Tea meet a and last Tomoi Moeed Lay jag at the North the Fonda Una Are eight feet j nine thick we Lea Raed hat half o escort Iseatta Tiv i will have i Roe Hundred for Tor the Ker will be provided with quo the each ranch Wilt two to Houaard than Oun Omir there Wui u of it k bund Anil he is Are the owner one per Bushel for All he Hud and Lake them from the the offer was a the telegraphed 10 to a and in two Infra the peaches were Aram sold at two dollars per delivered at the so the one who raised the receive Tel for his great Speculator for a few and the one who hair of the crop will realize or Goytil Busi but had former taken the he would have in Alt prob instead of for his the jewelled among Tho Many officers at the close of the Peninsular War retired on Captain he had lately married the pretty portion less of a deceased and filled with romantic visions of Rural and love in a cot the who were equally unskilled in the practical details of House fancied they could live in Fallu enjoy All the luxuries of on the Halfway which formed their sole in they took up their abode near a pleas ant town in the South of and for a time got Well but when at Tho end of Tho a Sweet Little boy made his and at the end of the second an equally Sweet Little they found that and All Tho Al appertaining to the introduction and support of these formed a serious item in their yearly for a while they struggled on without falling into debt but at Giddy feet slipped into that vortex which has engulf of so and their affairs be Gan to assume a very gloomy about this time an adventurer named with whom Captain Dulton be came easily and whose Plau sible manners and appearance completely imposed on the unsuspecting proposed to him a plan for Insu As he represented a Large and rapid this was to be effected by embarking considerable capital in the manufacture of some new kind of spirit which Smith assured the Captain when once supersede the use of candles and Oil lamps throughout the to hear him descant on the Marvel Ous Virtues and moneymaking qualities of his lamp one would be inclined to take earned a trifle occasionally by copying and engrossing in an attorneys his wife diligently with her Needle but the of a Young and thettes Etsity 6f dispensing with a hindered her from adding much to their notwithstanding their extreme they managed to preserve a decent appearance and to prevent even their neighbors from know ing the Straits to which they we nil re their Wara always exquisitely clean and neat and the Chil despite of scanty and often insufficient is they the sons and daughters of a it was to preserve the respectable App Aranco of her Hus bands wardrobe and often did she work ill Midnight at turning his coat and darn ing his that he Wriight appear Ual among is she Oflyn urged him to visit his Formor who to befriend so i the enacted the part of custom House the who at first opposed Thia piece ended by laughing at it and each new inspection of Pookela produced fresh bursts of Captain Dutton Alono took no share in what was going on Hin hand his brow and he stood As much part As at length his turn oame the other guests had All displayed Tho contents their so with one and amid renewed they surrounded exclaiming that he must be the guilty As he was the the Pale and muttered some unheard amid the for Johnson cried Ofie to Tho were watching you 1 said produce the Tho servant adv Nncel hut Dutton crossing his arms on Hix declared in an agitated except by Vio in obtaining some no one should Lay a hand on rna nent employment but the who a very awkward silence which As As a lion when facing the the Gerie Rul broke by saying Captain shrank with the timidity of a girl Dutton is right this Childs play has lasted Lony i claim exemption for from exposing himself to the humiliation of a and could not Bear to con fess his urgent lie had too much delicacy to press his claims to was too proud to be importunate and so others succeeded where to him and for and unable to thanked his Host by a grateful and then took an Early Opportunity of with general did not make it happened that the general under the re Mark on his and whom he had served and wholes tight the remaining through politeness him since his retirement from the i imitated his Reserve but the mirth of the came to spend a few months ing place near which the buttons and hired for the season a handsomely furnished walking one morning capt Iii Dutt Jii spent some time in wan on the in a during restlessly on Tho Sands before he hero with his former co returned it was late when he in 1 Mander approaching and Wilh a sudden feel ing of false he tried to ovoid a but Iho Quick Eye evening was every face looked and the Host himself seemed grave and Mander approaching and Wilh a sudden j Herod the and his wife could not i i repress an exclamation of affright when she saw his Pale and troubled counter what Hai happened cried replied her throw ing himself on and laying a Small packet on the you have Cost a he addressing in did his wife try to soothe and obtain an not he said tomorrow we shall Tomor Row i will Tell you Early next morning he went to general Vernon although a walked his mind was sadly How could he present himself in what j Way would he be received How could i he speak to the general without risking the reception of some look or word which he could never Pardon the very meet ing with Johnson was to be lie knocked servant opened the and instantly gave him admin this Mai at nil he Oral Vernon was not to be and intercepting him with outstretched he that you it seems an age since we living in this general i have been living Here since i retired from the and you sold 1 please Tho i Dutton ladies have a great Deal to answer Tell Dutton i shall Call on her some and Road her a lecture for taking you from for Dutto Slook of As he pictured the generals visit surprising his wife in the performance of her mental la rather surprised the Veteran but its True cause did not occur to he had a great regard for considering him one of the Best and bravest officers under his and was sin Cerely pleased at meeting him again alter minutes during the j knows nothing of what has Progress of which the like the warhorse who pricks up his cars at the sound of the and As pm associations of the Camp and Field came Buck on the general Shook him heartily by the hand and said Dine with me and meet a few of your old friends will the general receive him yes he ushered into his dressing room without daring to raise his poor Man begun to sneak in a Low general you thought my conduct strange last night and painful and humiliating Asiu explanation will 1 Fei 1 it due to you and to myself to it ill take no excuse you must not him for the Lineal descendant of i turn Hermit on our make and inheritor of that Sampish individuals at first Dutton was going to but his auditor tried to speak but Dutton precious our modern Marion second thought accepted the without heeding candidly confessed that not reason i misery is at its height that is my lie still wanted Tho slave of the j for declining having leave of i Only my wife and four Little Tho lie proceeded to wards Hoffie arid announced their succeeded in persuading the unlucky cap1 contre to his poor Tain to sellout of the and invest1 immediately took out his Well saved the Price of his commission in this Lumin and occupied herself in As Best Iko 7iiii Waii Iuit a Avo i 1110 i v or in Puljer ready the the inv onion going and he at length i ii i i i i ones Are actually starving my Friendl cried the with but Dutton proceeded i cannot describe my feelings yester Day while seated at your luxurious Ous if Captain Dutton had she Tho cruel ravages of i thought of my poor Jane depriving her refused to pay the Money until to should Well As in searching and Ironmo an Alre Seif of a of bread to give it to her be Able to pronounce correctly the name by snowy shirt to the degree of baby of my Little thin Annie whose of the invent he would have saved hid Perl Clion j Mercalo appetite rejects the coarse food at the expense probably of a Semi in he arrived at is we can give h in a disc Calion of Hia jaws for the lamp re general Yemen handsome temporary j Arttns feared two pates from Ray joined in an eight syllable of which dwelling and received a cordial Patoto my Len lung they would each Vocale belonged to a different i a dozen civilians and Sal to i should first being the fourth Down to a splendid after Din have did of shame Hail these things been and Iho last taken from the Ner the conversation happened to turn on produced from Typo Lei and Vou Euesta original language of new zealand the i the recent improvements in arts and Manj servants made Wii Nesses of my cruel intervening sounds believed to be Reu failures and comparison were drawn i you know All Spect ively Akin to san1 Between the relative Taleel for Ani but for the fear or 8 Elled b script and by Arliss of different you of a my distress should Over this prestige of a the lamp watchmaking happened to be mentioned been kilo Ivy was a decided failure ill Ghl was Bril As one of the urts who Coli had during late life of Unile raised Honor replied Lieut enough but the in in years been the Hus placed you above Tho burning was suggestive desired his Valet to fetch a most re sch of suspicion look Here 1 1 May be of service to to know thai the Pomaao u Moat Admira for the fora the flavor Almoral positively Mke Roun Peel and a preserve them with Good brawn or loaf if no peeled they Neil in 4 1 1 very Good w very Wii Pui i give you fair Haida about Yogi Lcuy May Prole by before Jack Cut off to Tell fro a new source of the to a bib we Tun of an evil origin so every Way Bomina that those adventurous purchasers who tried it once Seldom submitted their olfactory nerves to a second the Sale and manufacture of the lamp and its accompanying spirit were car ried on by Smith adone in one of the chief commercial cities of be having kindly arranged to All the trouble off his partners and Only requiring him to furnish the for Homo time the accounts of the business transmitted to Captain Dut ton were Moat and be and hts gentle wife fondly thought they were ibo jut to realize a splendid Fortune for their Liula but at length they began to feel and Iowa for the arrival of the cent percent profits which had been oat which never came and Smiths suddenly his partner one set inspect tha Adeoe of of he repaired to Ibe attest v Lille perfect Chi of work which he a 1 lately purchased in and which was less valuable for its richly jewelled Case than for the exquisite perfection of Tho it in the trinket passed from hand to Aud was greatly admired by the guests then tha conversation turned on other Aud Many subjects were Dis Teulil they adjourned to the draw ing room to take after sitting there the general suddenly recollected his and ring ing for his desired him to take it from the dining room where it had been Ana restore it to its Lii of in a few moments servant returned looking somewhat frightened be could nol find Ahja general ver to out was not More you or Pany May have parried h 5y mistake snip it gup debt next to Tonsi 16 aos Shurr n Ough to leaving More Lent Primues than Trade of the Unpi tit returned t hot Etc Bat Stream i is often think not another search a a the guests but Weibout that upon Tad break 1 Vemba we m and this Oatly intended m a pres ent to Bis Only Ivan and he showed Iho missing is continued must ask Par Don of you in a fit of absence i had dropped it into my Wau scout in Johnsons i discovered it while if j had Only known murmured poor regret what has said the general pre Siig his hand has been the Rne aos of acquainting me with what you concealed from an old please will find some Means to serve in a few Days Captain Dutton received nother invitation to Dine Wilh the Gener All the former guests were and their with ready took Occa apologise for Hia strange 10 Captain Dutton p a item the Jolda of hid Nap Kiai u was nomination to an Honora ble jul creative which competence and Comfort to himself to but Oruo be with two of my reared Over the until redux Edzio one quart when in edit put
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